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Table 1A. Blood Volume Determined With Radioactive Chromium-Continued


Case No.


Weight Kg.


Hemat.

TRCV

Plasma volume

Blood volume


Blood received (cc.)


Percent normal



Wounds

cc./K

Total

cc./K

Total

cc./K

Total

Chest-Extremity Wounds-Continued

25

68. 0

42

28. 2

1,915

39. 8

2,835

68. 0

4,750

10,000

100

Mortar wds.-Fracture of pelvis, rt. humerus compound. comm. Hemopneumothorax.

26

79. 5

43

23. 8

1,890

33. 7

2,290

53. 0

3,600

7,500

65

Mortar wds.-Perf. SFW neck and chest. Massive hemopneumothorax. Extensive lac. upper lobe left lung.


M


76. 5


37. 6


20. 3


1,513


32. 6


2,376


51. 4


3,696


9,166


71

Miscellaneous Wounds

*27

 

 

 28

50. 0

 

 

 75. 0

43. 0

 

 

 40. 0

28. 3

 

 

 16. 4

1,445

 

 

 1,230

39. 0

 

 

 26. 4

1,915

 

 

 1,980

67. 3

 

 

 42. 8

3,360

 

 

 3,210

4,500

 

 

 8,500

96

 

 

 61

Mortar wds.-Right temporal wound with intracranial shell fragments and bone fragments. Severe CCF of mandible with extensive hemorrhage. CCF left humerus. SFW left knee.

Artillery wd.-CCF left temporoparietal area of skull with depression. CCF rt. femur. Compound fracture rt. radius, and ulna.


M


62. 5


41. 5


22. 3


1,337


65. 4


1,947


55. 0


3,285


6,500


79

*In shock

Note. 1. The preoperative volumes of case No. 6 are not included in the mean for the group.
2. Only the initial postoperative volume of case No. 7 is included in the mean for the group.